Ask an Engineer: Stormwater Water Treatment Units

Jodi Beuder Ask an Engineer, Blog, Jensen Water Resource Blog, Stormwater

A new series from Jensen Precast and its Water Resources Division, Ask an Engineer touches upon complicated topics and queries that have been asked of our Engineering Team members. Much like a Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) section, Ask an Engineer will address questions that our Engineers face more often than other inquiries. This Ask an Engineer session is with our Stormwater Systems Division Director, Walt Stein P.E., who answers this common question about Stormwater Treatment Units: How do you keep a stormwater full capture device from filling up? Watch this video to hear Walt’s question, or read below for his …

Feature from Concrete Products Magazine: Jensen Precast System Captures Stormwater Regulators’ Attention

Bryan Bach Blog, Jensen Water Resource Blog, Stormwater

Our thanks to Concrete Products Magazine for featuring Jensen Stormwater Systems in its February 2019 issue, discussing the recent certification of the Jensen Deflective Separator (JDS) as a Full Capture System Device for Trash Treatment Control by the California Water Resources Control Board. Here is a snippet from the article: “The California Water Resources Control Board recently certified the Jensen Deflective Separator (JDS) as a Full Capture System Device for Trash Treatment Control. Certification of the technology from Sparks, Nev.-based Jensen Precast dovetails revised water quality control plans—collectively known as the ‘Trash Amendments’—that the agency adopted in 2015 for drainage …